Publications & Print

East Van Foodie Cookbook -2016

Feast Cook Book -2017

Forbes Mag -2015

Monte Cristo Magazine -2015

Small Wonders Children's Magazine -2014

Edible Magazine June Issue  -2014

Jamie Oliver Magazine- -2014

Vancouver Magazine- Summer Issue -2014

Kinfolk Mag -2015


Blogs & Online Publications & International Newspapers  

BBC Travel 

The Guardian UK April

BC Living 

The Globe & Mail 

West Ender

Georgia Straight 

Vancouver Courier

Vancouver Is Awesome

The Little Black Coffee Cup Blog

Travel & Treasures Blog

Vita Magazine 

Pecha Kucha Vancouver -March 2015

BC Living Mag

Edible Road Trip

She Does the City


Talks & Lectures

The Academy for Tomorrow THNK -December 2016

Pecha Kucha Vancouver -March 2015


Dinners & Collaborations

Kinfolk Vancouver Wabi Sabi -2015

Feast 0f Fields- 2015 | 2016

Out In The Field -2015

Head to sweet-toothed siblings Andrea and Stephanie French, 24 and 28 respectively run The Pie Shoppe- a tiny unit with their own- roasted, single origin, organic coffee and seasonal dessert pies. Where lovely-made pie crusts spill with warm ripe fruit: sumptuous peach and vanilla, warming apple and blackberry, or mouth-staining blueberry.
— Jamie Oliver Magazine
The French sister’s, along with some design-minded friends, transformed the whitewashed storefront into a buzzing little bakery, a great addition to a burgeoning food hub. The sister’s can be found scouting the Vancouver Farmer’s Market booths for local peaches, plums and nectarines.
— VanMag
There’s no such thing as too much pie.
—Alexandra Gill
— Globe & Mail
Best of Vancouver 2016.
—Best Reason to Rise—
To read some of the comments online, the staff at The Pie Shoppe occasionally take their cues from the Soup Nazi on Seinfeld. But who cares if the folks behind the counter are sometimes ‘a little impolite’ or ‘have bad manners? That’s actually a blessing, because it might mean ‘No pie for you!!!’ and more for us. And what god sinfully delicious pie it is, whether you’re into taking your taste buds to bold new places have your mind blown by lovingly hand- craft classics. The Pie Shoppe like to go organic and local with its ingredients, and its various creations are finger formed and baked onsite...
— Georgia Straight